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was running for u.s. senate. maureen umeh has more. >> reporter: they want this vigil to be a celebration of her life. let me step out of the way and you can see how many people are gathering in the parking lot to honor her life, 30 years old and a force to be a lead in the county and state. taking the lead at the university of miami to run as a green party candidate for senate and look at the video. a tragic scene. her dreams cut short early sunday morning when she was hit by an suv while riding her bike on route 202. she was training for a triathalon and the mother was concerned about the length of -- in this this area. police say a suv hit her and failed to stop at the scene and later called to say she thought she hit a deer. the bike was still in the grill of the car. family and friends are gathering to honor her life and say she will be missed. >> we want people to feel her spirit. she's a fighter and we want people to come and celebrate her life and that is what she would have wanted. she doesn't want anyone to be sorrowful. she was a fighter and full of energy. as people assemble h
be almost out of the woods. not even close and said maureen friar. >> we know from our studies delinquencies are up and foreclosures will continue. >> reporter: mucking up the situation more, revelations by two mortgage lenders. ally financial and j.p. morgan chase, that the employees were pushing through foreclosures without reviewing the paperwork for accuracy. >> sounds like they were processing them quickly for some and not applying what was necessary. >> reporter: they signed off on 10,000 to 18,000 foreclosures a month. ally and j.p. morgan chase have both said they will halt some of the foreclosures to review the procedures and many believe other lenders will do the same. >> people signed without reading and understanding and we think slowing it down is a good idea. some economists believe too much of a slowdown could further hurt the housing market. with unemployment high and home values low, the foreclosure hangover is going to be around for awhile and possible foreclosure fraud investigations could make it linger longer. >> isn't
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